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Tutoring Fee and Tutors Availability
Elementary, Junior High School, High School, College
This tutor offers a sliding scale for students with economic hardships.
Time Spent Tutoring:
More than 50
Gifted/Talented, Home Schooling, Remedial
African-American Studies, and Cultural Anthropology
The University of Houston
kYmberly Keeton, Director/Lead Tutor of Abena's Tutoring Service is a graduate of The University of Houston with a B.A. in English Creative Writing with University Honors & minor in African-American Studies. Keeton’s first short story: 2.Butahflies.Charlie.Browne.&Painky.Lillies won the Sylvan N. Karchmer Short Fiction Prize in May 2006, and was published in the PARALLAX Journal at Richland College in Dallas, Texas. She has written six books of poetry and written numerous short stories. As the former City Manager of Rolling Out Dallas and Entertainment Editor for the Dallas Weekly Newspaper, she interviewed Larenz Tate, Illyasah Shabazz, Haile Gerima, Usher, Dwele, Musiq Soulchild, Talib Qwele, Charles Stone III, and countless others in the industry. Her articles have been published in Young People For.org, Atlanta Voice, The Washington African American Post, The Capitol Outlook, The National Society of Black Engineers, The Ave Magazine, The SacObserver, The Miami Times Online, and Black Chicago Online.net. Creating her own publication entitled Literafeelya Magazine in 2003, featuring work on arts and politics, the magazine produced twenty-two issues online and debuted its first print issue with a grant funded by Young People For in November of 2007. In addition, she is the former Publisher of Songhai News: The Black Collegiate Voice-Black Newspaper at the University of Houston, and one of three founders of the paper. Keeton currently is working on her first novel, an Art Docent at The Beer Can House in Houston, Texas, pursuing The Graduate Certificate in African-American Studies at UH, and publishing a blog for women in their thirties.